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    UN bemoans lack of funding for African anti-jihadist force

  2. FILE PHOTO: Czech PM Babis speaks attends an interview with Reuters at the Hrzan's Palace in P

    Czech Republic to shun UN migration pact - report

    The Czech Republic will not join a United Nations pact that aims to regulate the treatment of migrants worldwide, the CTK news agency said on ...
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    Co-author defends UN migration pact as opposition swells

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    Italy hosts Libya conference to push new UN peace plan

  5. FILE PHOTO: U.N. Envoy to Libya, Ghassan Salame speaks during an interview with Reuters in Tripoli

    UN envoy says Libya should start process for elections in spring

    Libya should start the process to hold a national vote in spring 2019 after a national conference to discuss the country's conflict, the U.N.
  6. FILE PHOTO: U.S. President Donald Trump shakes hands with North Korea's leader Kim Jong after

    UN approval for some North Korea aid in limbo as US deliberates

    Several requests by humanitarian groups for U.N. approval to ship goods to North Korea for aid projects have been in limbo for months because the ...
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    At least 2.3 million Venezuelans have fled crisis since 2015: UN

    At least 2.3 million people have fled Venezuela's economic and political crisis since 2015, the UN said Thursday, warning that host countries' ...
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    Venezuelan migrant exodus hits 3 million - UN

    Three million Venezuelans have fled economic and political crisis in their homeland, most since 2015, the United Nations said on Thursday.
  9. FILE PHOTO: A former child soldier holds a gun as they participate in a child soldiers' releas

    Thousands of child soldiers still trapped after South Sudan war - UN

    Thousands of child soldiers dragged into South Sudan's civil war are unlikely to be freed soon because aid agencies lack the funds to look after ...